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AC Milan are set to make some good moves this summer, hoping to come back to European competitions in the best way next year. The Rossoneri are on the verge of parting ways with one of their most important players in recent years, but they are also planning to get something good out of that departure.

As it’s been reported before, Gianluigi Donnarumma is likely to leave Milan this summer to join Paris Saint-Germain, after the French side lost both Gianluigi Buffon and Kevin Trapp. A potential sale of Donnaruma would leave Milan a big amount of money that will reportedly be used to pursue two Real Madrid stars.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the young goalkeeper is about to agree on terms with the French champions, which would see him reunite with former Milan director Leonardo. However, the Italian side has rejected an initial bid from PSG, believed to be £18.5 million plus Alphonse Areola.

Milan are thought to be demanding straight cash to part ways with the 20-year-old. Furthermore, the money they receive for the transfer would be immediately reinvested into an ambitious bid for one of Isco and James Rodriguez.

The Colombian star would be available for around £39 million, a number that Napoli refused to match. Still, Madrid would rather prefer to send James overseas before offloading him to Atletico Madrid.

Isco, valued at £65 million, would also be an option for the 7-time Champions League winners, and they would be likely to use their good relationship with Real to help complete a move. A discount on the price-tag, or a payment spread out in installments, as Arsenal did with Lille on Nicolas Pepe’s transfer, could both be options for the Italians.

If Donnarumma finally joins PSG, that would likely put an end to the Neymar saga. Madrid have shown their willingness to buy the Brazilian star and any switch would require a huge fee, which could be partly funded with the departures of Isco and Rodriguez.